Create website with best CMS?
First of all, there is no the best one for all needs and requirements. Choosing the best CMS suitable for your project can be a long process.
Consider some criteria for CMS:
Depending on your budget first you have to decide if you want to pay license costs. If not, the only way for you is to choose an open source system like CMS Made Simple. There are hundreds of open source CMS out there. And they all have their strengths and weaknesses.
Another aspect is how simple it is to use for non-technical users. This aspect is only important if you do not have special knowledge yourself or the content of your website must be added and edited by non-technical editors. If you are a technical and the only one person who will edit content of the website you can omit the aspect while choosing CMS. For CMS Made Simple - no special knowledge is required for the editor.
What about design? CMS puts dynamic content into design. Is it important for you to have maximum flexibility by creating design? If yes, you do have to choose the systems where design templates are created with HTML and CSS. In CMS Made Simple you can add any HTML template without any restrictions. If design is something you do not care about you can omit this criteria as well.
Support is important if you encounter difficulties while building or running your website. If you have any paid CMS support is mostly included into license. Using open source system you have to check if there is a community (e.g. support forum) built from developers and users of the system. No community for the chosen CMS or even dead community with no activity is a bad choice and makes you to single combat.
Last and most important aspect considers features included into CMS. Let's compare 4 different CMS depending on the major intention of your website:
Drupal - is suitable for community sites where the content is mostly added by the site visitors. It is fully oversized for small or even middle websites where only some people will add and edit content.
Joomla - is suitable for small websites and communities at the same time. But it is difficult to integrate individual design into Joomla, you will need PHP and XML knowledge to do it and that is the reason why a lot of Joomla websites look similar.
Typo - is suitable for content projects and is extremely difficult to understand for non-technical people. Using Typo you have to plan some weeks for basic understanding how it works before you can start with the project.
Wordpress - is a blogging system and is not suitable for creating company websites.
CMS Made Simple - is suitable for small and middle content sites. It is not appropriate for large communities. But it is extremely flexible in design and also very easy to understand for non-technical editors.
You see, there is no answer to the question what is the best CMS in general. But you can find out the best CMS for you individual website.